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Bull Durham (Soundtrack)
1988 film starring Kevin Costner. TRACK LISTING: . A Woman Loves A Man (04:17) Joe Cocker . Can't Tear It Up Enuff (02:45) Fabulous Thunderbirds . I Got Loaded (03:22) Los Lobos . Born To Be Bad (03:33) George ... more »
1988 film starring Kevin Costner. TRACK LISTING: . A Woman Loves A Man (04:17) Joe Cocker . Can't Tear It Up Enuff (02:45) Fabulous Thunderbirds . I Got Loaded (03:22) Los Lobos . Born To Be Bad (03:33) George Thorogood & The Destroyers . So Long Baby, Goodbye (02:23) The Blasters . Middle Of Nowhere (03:35) House Of Schock . Centerfield (03:52) John Fogerty . You Done Me Wrong (03:31) Pat McLaughlin . Try A Little Tenderness (03:14) Bennie Wallace / Dr. John . All Night Dance (05:47) Bennie Wallace / Dr John / Stevie Ray Vaughn . Love Ain't No Triple Play (03:27) Bennie Wallace / Dr. John / Bonnie Raitt
Not everything, but a legitimate record
Martin Dreiling | Burlingame, CA USA | 12/26/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This album contains little of the favorite music that characterizes the movie. As was graciously explained to me by the seller, this is likley due to contractual issues with regard to the original recoring.
Apparently there are key songs on this record that are hard to find elsewhere so it should be of value to many.
But if you are looking for the core mood of the movie in song, some critical pieces are missing.
Thanks to the seller for tolerating my misunderstaning and providing me with thourough and courteous explanations.
SRV FANS, TAKE NOTE!
BOB | LOS ANGELES, CA | 12/28/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
This CD is the OOP Capitol Records release from 1988 of the "Bull Durham" soundtrack.
The disc contains only music from different artists used in the film (see the tracklist above). None of Michael Convertino's score is present, mostly likely due to the onerous "new use" AFM union fee structure which existed at that time.
Most of these tracks have appeared elsewhere in later years. The exception to this, and the hidden gems of this CD are, the two Bennie Wallace songs.
Why? Stevie Ray Vaughan sits in on both!
There is a wonderful, jazzier vibe to his playing here than on any other recording he ever made, and these two tracks don't appear on any SRV CD or compilation. Both his solos are over one minute in length.
Also sitting in on those two tracks are Dr. John on piano and organ, and Bernard Purdie on drums.
If you're an SRV completist, and you don't have these tracks, your collection is really missing something unique. And, the rest of the CD isn't bad, either."